Kids painted seashells. This is what I painted on mine.
My kids raised over $1,000 for kids cancer research last year. They are at it again and want to beat their record. They can't do it alone. They need your help. So cool off, drink up and help kids beat cancer!!!Read More
Kids drew some pictures to the students at Sandy Hook. :(
I'm a huge Thanksgiving fan. Love the food, football, family and friends action. It's a day that we all say what we are thankful for.
Why not say thanks each and every day? If only the spirit of the holidays could be carried all year round, the world would be a much happier place.
Nature at its finest.
Part of what I love about my job is that I get to work on cool client work. Today, we are hosting a media day at The Cape Cod Polar Express down in Bourne, MA.
Hosted by Cape Cod Central Rail, The Polar Express is the official Warner Brothers experience, from the conductor to the elves to the first gift of Christmas. And oh, loads of hot cocoa and cookies!
I'm here with my family today and will be posting my experience here as well as on Twitter all day long (and on Facebook for those of you I'm friends with).
I'm not that huge of a planner. I sort of just roll with the punches. You know, keeping things up in the air.
Today I took the family to the Topsfield Fair. For those of you who don't live in New England, it's America's oldest agricultural fair and features animals, one of the worlds biggest pumpkins, prize winning farm animals, rides, games, food, etc.
We went last minute and had a great day.
Upon leaving, I saw this ride jumping into the sky and thought it was fitting for our day -- up in the air.
Every year, my wife pulls together a summer bucket list for the kids. This year, the list is super-packed with activities, including a lemonade stand. However, the kids aren't doing it to make money to buy candy. They are doing it to help raise money for kids cancer research.
The kids joined the Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation and are actively seeking donations to help out their cause.
Yes, we will be serving lemonade in our neighborhood, but I wouldn't be doing my job as a social media minded dad if I didn't blog about and help raise awareness.
What do you say? Can you help make my kids day and throw them $10 bucks? Maybe a $20 spot? Whatever you can do would be appreciate.
This little smile faces who are battling this terrible disease are well worth it.
The Proud Dad